List of Final Tables
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The league was re-organised at the end of the 1974-75 season. The teams finishing in the top six positions of the old Division Two formed the new Division One along with the bottom eight teams from the old Division Two. The remaining 14 clubs of the old Division Two formed the new Division Two for the 1975-76 season.
2014 Rangers 2013 Queen of the South 2012 Cowdenbeath 2011 Livingston 2010 Stirling Albion 2009 Raith Rovers 2008 Ross County 2007 Greenock Morton 2006 Gretna 2005 Brechin City 2004 Airdrie United 2003 Raith Rovers 2002 Queen of the South 2001 Partick Thistle 2000 Clyde 1999 Livingston 1998 Stranraer 1997 Ayr United 1996 Stirling Albion 1995 Greenock Morton 1994 Stranraer 1993 Clyde 1992 Dumbarton 1991 Stirling Albion 1990 Brechin City 1989 Albion Rovers 1988 Ayr United 1987 Meadowbank Thistle 1986 Dunfermline Athletic 1985 Montrose 1984 Forfar Athletic 1983 Brechin City 1982 Clyde 1981 Queen's Park 1980 Falkirk 1979 Berwick Rangers 1978 Clyde 1977 Stirling Albion 1976 Clydebank
Index | Champions 1924 | 'C' Division 1947
4 Stirling Albion 3 Clyde, Brechin City, Raith Rovers 2 Ayr United, Stranraer, Greenock Morton, Livingston, Queen of the South 1 Clydebank, Berwick Rangers, Falkirk, Queen's Park, Forfar Athletic, Montrose, Dunfermline Athletic, Meadowbank Thistle, Albion Rovers, Dumbarton, Clyde, Partick Thistle, Airdrie United, Gretna, Ross County, Rangers
Index | Champions 1976
At the end of the Second World War, the league was reformed. The sizes of Divisions One and Two were reduced and were now designated 'A' Division and 'B' Division. To accomodate the remaining 6 smaller clubs a third division, 'C' Division was formed. The numbers in this division were made up of Reserve teams of 'A' and 'B' division clubs. The champions of 'C' Division would be promoted to 'B' Division providing they were not a Reserve team. From 1950 two sections, North East and South West were operated, the South West champions are shown first below. In 1955 'C' Division was abandoned when it became apparent that several teams who were unhappy with the existing format intended to withdraw their Reserve teams. 'B' division was expanded to include the 5 clubs which operated their first teams in the 'C' Division of 1954-55 whilst the Reserves teams formed a seperate competition.
1955 Partick Thistle Reserves/Aberdeen Reserves 1954 Rangers Reserves/Brechin City 1953 Rangers Reserves/Aberdeen Reserves 1952 Rangers Reserves/Dundee Reserves 1951 Clyde Reserves/Hearts Reserves 1950 Clyde Reserves/Hibernian Reserves 1949 Forfar Athletic 1948 East Stirlingshire 1947 Stirling Albion
Index | Champions 1924 | Champions 1976
In the 1923 a short lived attempt was made to establish a Third Division of the Scottish Football League. It quickly becamse apparent that the new Division could not be financially viable and it was scrapped at the end of the 1925-26 season with several teams unable to complete their fixtures.
1926 *not completed 1925 $Nithsdale Wanderers (Sanquhar) 1924 $Arthurlie (Barrhead) Notes $ Nithsdale Wanderers are no longer in existence whilst Arthurlie reformed as a Junior club. The town/city of the clubs are shown in brackets. * The 1925-26 season was not completed and the championship was not awarded. Helensburgh had the most points but Leith Athletic had a better points to games ratio.
Index | 'C' Division 1947 | Champions 1976
List of Final Tables
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